Lesson Plan : Safety In The Auto Safety Shop

Teacher Name:
 MR. NATHANIEL BOYD
Grade:
 Grade 9-10
Subject:
 Vocational Ed.

Topic:
 Small Engine Shop Safety & Rules
Content:
 RECOGNITION OF THE IMPORTANCE AND UNDERSTANDING OF SHOP SAFETY AND RULES. Shop safety, Work area cleaness, Use of hand & power tools, First Responders, OSHA requirements, & Subject vocabulary
Goals:
 THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO DESCRIBE THE TYPICAL LAYOUT AND SECTIONS OF AN AUTO SHOP,KNOW GENERAL SAFETY RULES FOR THE AUTO SHOP, AND HOW TO PREVENT AUTO SHOP ACCIDENTS. * Explain why a clean, well-organized shop is extremely important. * List several dangers associated with working in a small engine shop. * Explain the importance of maintaining and using tools properly. * Describe methods for minimizing the risks involved in working with small engines. * Explain the function of OSHA
Objectives:
 GIVEN A LIST OF SAFETY RULES STUDENTS WILL LEARN THE BASIC SAFETY RULES AND LAYOUT BEFORE GOING INTO AN AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE FACILITY. The Student will: ^ Know how to organize a clean shop. ^ Know how to identify shop dangers. ^ Know how to use and maintain power and hand tools. ^ Know how to minimize risk when working with small engines. ^ Know the function of OSHA.
Materials:
 SAFETY GLASSES,A CHEMICAL-PROOF APRON, AND SAFETY SHOES. Vocabulary List Hand-outs Video
Introduction:
 THE TEACHER WILL PRESENT EACH SESSION OF SAFETY AND RULES IN COMPONENTS MAKING SURE THE CHILD IS FOCUSED ON EACH AREA. TEACHER WILL DISCUSS SAFETY AND RULES. THIS WILL ENSURE THAT ALL CHILDREN WILL HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF THE LAYOUT OF A TYPICAL AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE FACILITY. The teacher will show the importance of a clean, well-organized shop and the dangers associated with small engine repair shops.
Development:
 WHEN THE STUDENT'S ATTENTION IS FOCUSED THE TEACHER WILL INTRODUCE THE REPAIR FACILITY AND THE DIFFERENT AREAS OF THE AUTO SHOP. When the student's attention is focused the teacher will introduce the proper use of shop equipment, hand and power tools.
Practice:
 AS THE TEACHER IS WORKING WITH THE STUDENTS, THEY WILL USE THE INTRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT PROCEDURES TO GUIDE THEM THROUGH THIS ACTIVITY.THE TEACHER WILL KEEP A CHECKLIST MAKING SURE THE STUDENT HAS ACHIEVED THE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS BEFORE GOING INTO THE AUTO FACILITY. As the teacher is working the students, they will use the Introdution and Development procedures to guide them through this activity. The teacher will keep a checklist noting the number of competencies mastered.
Accommodations:
 STUDENTS WILL PERFORM WORK IN THE SHOP AND CLASSROOM. INSTRUCTION WILL BE GIVEN VERBALLY.
Checking For Understanding:
 THE TEACHER WILL BE ASSESSING EACH STUDENTS PERFORMANCE REGULARLY. THE TEACHER WILL GIVE POP QUIZZES RANDOMLY AND A TEST WILL BE WEEKLY. The teacher will: Assess performance daily. Give pop quizzes. Test will be given weekly.
Closure:
 THE STUDENT WILL UNDERSTAND THE BASIC SAFETY AND RULES BEFORE GOING INTO THE AUTO SHOP. The student will have a basic knowledge of the importance of a clean, well-maintained shop and the dangers of a small engine repair shop.
Evaluation:
 TEACHER WILL EVALUATE THE STUDENT PERFORMANCE ON A DAILY BASIS. Teacher will evaluate the student ability to minimize the dangers of working with small engines, proper use of hand and power tools, and organization.
Teacher Reflections:
 STUDENTS WILL LEARN THE BASIC SAFETY RULES AND LAYOUT BEFORE GOING INTO AN AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE FACILITY.

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